Rat Odor in a Tesla, Irvine, California

Rat smell in Tesla, Irvine Spectrum collision center

We were brought to this job by an auto body shop in the Spectrum area of Irvine and that was a good thing because the infiltration of the rat required that the console be disassembled, cleaned and reassembled. We figured this out when we found a fur strip on each side of the console frame and pointed it out to their technicians. In a situation like this we remind the client that we can clean the “air only”. That means that the source of the odor must be removed in order for us to treat the smell. We came back two days later and they had removed the fur. We set up our machines, cleaned the air, everyone was happy. You would be surprised how big of a problem this is. Apparently some of the wiring in cars is now made from a soy-based…

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Boat Odor Removal Newport Beach, CA

Boat Odor Removal Newport Beach

A local family purchased a relatively new, previous-owned 42’ motor yacht that had an unpleasant smell to it. They were told by their boat broker that it was due to a “head malfunction” wherein human waste got into the bilge of the boat. Their boat broker had hired a professional boat cleaning service to give it their standard cleaning mostly below decks and the sale was completed. After using the boat a couple of weekends the owner’s teenage children no longer wanted to get on the boat because the smell issue had returned. They called us, Odor Removal Experts, and we met them at their slip in Newport Beach. After a careful inspection we gave them a quote, it was accepted and we began work that same  day. We used our professional-grade, very powerful ozone generating equipment to solve their odor problem. Since ozone…

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Realtor’s Listing Requires Cigarette Smoke Removal in Huntington Beach

Cigarette Smoke Removal Huntington Beach, CA - Beach Blvd.

The home in question was a 1,350 square foot, single family, one-story, 2 bedroom home with 2 bathrooms. We treated it in one day. The realtor and their clients, in getting the home ready for sale, attempted to remove the cigarette smoke smell by other, obviously ineffective means: a plugin, heated-oil air freshener. Potential buyers complained about the combined smell as soon as they walked in to view the home. This lead the realtor to call us. The job was made harder due to carpet in the home. We recommended a follow up carpet cleaning but ideally the carpet is treated first. The difference was day and night. The owner’s had smoked on the front porch for years and one could smell cigarette smoke outside but once you got inside it was free of cigarette smell. We have helped many, many real estate professionals…

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